There are a great many properties that a seat should have. Seats should have cushion and heat control for example.
An infant or car seat should never be put in a front passenger seat that has an air bag
facing the backrest of the seat it is on
You should install the car seat several months prior to the birth of your child.
All car seats should be installed in the back seat. State laws vary some, but most require all children under the age of 11 to ride in a rear seat of a car. No child in a car seat should be placed in a seat with an active airbag. It jeopardizes the child's life. Children are safest in a car seat, in the second or third row of a car, properly secured.
it is true that you should not use an infants car seat if they are over five they should then be moved on to a booster seat .
A child should use a car seat until they are ready for a booster seat you will know when its basically like clothes they will outgrow it. they should be in the booster seat until they are 4 foot 9.
Depending on the size of the car seat, it should be able to fit in the extended cab part of a Ford F-150. If the car seat is rear facing, the front seat may have to be adjusted/ moved forward to allow the car seat to rest on the back portion of the front seats. If the car seat is front facing, there should not be an issue.
The car seat should have directions on the basic install on the seat and in the directions. Local fire departments inspect car seats and will help get it in correctly.
It takes a pro to fix a broken car seat in about two days. That should be the average time you should be without your car. They should have the parts in their shop already and not have to order them.
because they'll die!
You should probably be at least 80 lbs. to ride in the front seat of a car.